Atari has opened the lid and shown us what's inside the Limited Edition version of The Witcher, which is due for release here on 26th October.

Bubbling in the cauldron is the usual line-up of a soundtrack CD, an artbook - albeit meaty at 204 pages - and a "Making Of" documentary on DVD.

Which, frankly, leaves us disappointed; we thought Atari might chuck in a witch costume, fun-size sweeties, some tricks and then wrap it all up in a pumpkin.

The Witcher is a PC fantasy role-playing game based on novels written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. It is dark, gritty and mature, and focuses on the escapades of Geralt, a mutant monster-hunter with white hair.

You can find out much more about a game we are excited about over in The Witcher gamepage, which has more videos than you can shake a broomstick at.

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